Qualitative Inquiry for Improving Stroke Care in China – blog published by World Stroke

Jackie Xu, GANDHI 2017-2018 project leader, had her blog post on “Qualitative Inquiry for Improving Stroke Care in China published by the World Stroke Organization on her summer 2017 research experience in China. Excerpt below. Congrats Jackie!

This summer, I served as an ambassador from my American-based university and navigated this new and sometimes enigmatic partnership between two leading healthcare institutions—Duke and Tiantan—separated by the Pacific Ocean. My work advocating for qualitative research methods in China taught me how to identify project champions and engage key stakeholders. Collaboration, and therefore mutual respect, is the key to research.

 

 

Chelsea Liu presents at the International Stroke Conference

 

Congratulations to Chelsea Liu on her presentation, “Rehabilitation Provider Type Influences Functional Outcome and Survival of Acute Ischemic Stroke Patients with Severe Neurological Deficits: Findings from the China National Stroke Registry II” at the International Stroke Conference in Los Angeles, CA on January 25, 2018. Abstract published in the journal Stroke 

Publication in Duke Student Global Health Review!

Congratulations to Sahil Sandhu, Lillian Blanchard, Chunxi “Tracy” Ding, Alexandria Hurley, Chelsea Liu, Jackie Xu and Natalie Yu on their publication, “Leveraging Technology and Cross Sector Partnerships to Improve Stroke Care in China” published in the Duke Student Global Health Review!

Tracy, Natalie, Alexandria, Lillian, Sahil, Chelsea, Jackie (Left to Right) at the Temple of Heaven (Chinese: 天壇; pinyin: Tiāntán) in Beijing